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Good idea Sapper.In fact John Redrup, of LRM, is a top man and a font of knowledge regarding railway modeling. If he doesn't stock an item he'll usually know where it can be obtained.
I'm not sure if I've posted this in the right forum. Please excuse me and move if needed. Having returned to the hobby after a long break I've been looking for a fret of Midland loco brass numerals. I thought these were produced by Slaters - but I can't find them on their website. Does anyone know i...
The cellotape is a great idea, like Mark I've used sheets of transfer film - usually black. For Midland cream edged bands I then draw parallel lines with a bow pen using enamel paint. If you make sure the width between the lines is accurate (i.e. the black) the edge lines themselves can be over-widt...
- Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:21 pm
- Forum: Chassis and Suspensions
- Topic: Craftsman Mid Rly 044T chassis
- Replies: 21
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I built a couple of Craftsman Mid 0-4-4s some years back. I made them pretty much as smyles suggested, but I didn't use hornblocks. I cut a new chassis (this was a few years back and the original was a bit flimsy) and cut my pivot arms from sheet/off cut brass. These pivots sit inside the frames and...